Do any of you know of any good instructors that teach self defense for people in wheelchairs? I recently started dating a paraplegic woman and want to teach her self defense but I have no practical knowledge around wheelchairs so I will refrain from teaching her anything beyond standard safe handling procedures for firearms.
I'm also hoping to learn with her so I can learn to work with someone in a wheelchair in a oh fuck situation.
Thanks in advance /k/
You could conceal all kinds of shit in a wheelchair. Personally, I'd go for a pistol grip shotgun, an SBS, or a full sized handgun. Rolling those wheels builds strong hands and wrists. She could handle the recoil.
Plus, a larger gun with more recoil doubles as an escape mechanism. Even if you don't put your attacker down on the first shot, the recoil will send the chair zooming backwards like some sort of horrible, horrible escape pod.
>What did /k/ do today?
Pic related, first time paper patching
No. The beauty of the MH is throwing a 480grn projectile propelled with black powder. Using anything else just makes you a wannabe faggot. Not to mention reloading for it is easily the most fun of all of my guns.
What is this guy's appeal?
If using a 12 gauge with 3 inch Turkey shot, is steel or lead better?
Do you fight like a gentleman, gents?
I myself find a pinch of Sir Will Wright's haberdashery does quite the trick on rapscallions this time of night.
Military already talking about 6th generation according to Wikipedia.
>Hey Bob. We got this gen of fighters done. Wanna work on future generations?
>"Nah, fuck it. Let's go home and have a beer. Nobody's gonna bother making next-gen fighters for at least sixty years!"
Tell me you don't believe this...
You're never going to get "consensus" about anything, now stop being a fucking faggot, analyze the available evidence, and form an opinion.
If you can't do that, shut the fuck up.
Consensus. Fucking people these days.
How would /k/ make a vibration-based weapon?
I guess that product went from barrel to anal inserts. I guess the tech is pretty similar then
Three scenarios. When do you use deadly force /k/?
1. Someone breaks into your house at night, you can't hear if they are armed buthe you know they broke in the door and are storming in. Do you shoot or?
2. Your out and about and someone threatens you and tries to rob you, they don't pull a weapon but are large and forcefull, do you shoot or?
3. Someone approaches you and threatens you after shouting at you, says they are going to beat the shit out of you, do you draw your weapon and shoot or?
The main thing I want to know is what would...
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1 is shoot without hesitation. Castle Doctrine specifically applies to, at least in my state, preventing the commission of a felony. B&E is a felony.
2 is threaten with retaliation, and possibly draw, but don't shoot unless they advance on you.
3 is try to talk it down, and prepare draw. Draw and prepare to shoot if they make good on their threats.
Hello, /k/, welcome, one and all, to this, the first ever...
Can We Fix It General!
I would have done Problem Solving General, but /psg/ is already in use.
"what the fuck is this you autistic shit, god I can't wait for winter break to end"
Woah there, /k/omandos, you haven't even heard the pitch yet! How many times have you gotten into a protracted argument over a mass produced hunk of steel and polymer machinery?
Plenty, I'm sure. The idea behind this general is to provide a centralized place to constructively...
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thank you so much, I seriously thought no one gave a fuck.
I'd look to adapt a derringer style "handgun" to fire it, although probably at least a double barrel.
it'd be like a pocket shotgun.
If I wanted to destroy Santa on his yearly violation of American airspace, what is the minimum of radar + weapon that I need?
It hurts that I can't have one :'(
The PKM is a pretty iconic general purpose general machine gun that has seen extensive use in countless conflicts since the cold war.
Chambered in 7.62x54r, the design is as simple as it is rugged. Several advancements have been implemented but in the long run the design is relatively unchanged from the original.
Somewhat unique feature of this weapon is the fact that it feeds from right to left, as opposed to the more traditional method of many belt feds.
Top port for belt segments, bottom port for spent casings.
ITT we post pictures of people/vehicles operating innadark
/k/, school me on the Eastern Front, I know shockingly little about it
I understand everything up towards Stalingrad but after that it's just a mess. How were the Soviets able to push back and take back so much land quickly? What were key events in the Balkans and what happened that was significant around the siege of Warsaw
Its the areas in Poland where I know so little about that part of ww2
what's your views on open carry? my parents just told me that they don't mind me carrying when I go out with them, but that I shouldn't open carry because it might make people uncomfortable, or antagonize them. my response was pretty much that I don't care how it makes them feel, it's my right as a citizen, and people should excercise their rights